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Our Offense: 2010 vs 2009

  • Rushing Offense:
    2009 - #13 - 212 ypg
    2010 - #8 - 269 ypg

    Passing Defense:
    2009 - #56 - 219 ypg
    2010 - #72 - 206 ypg

    Total Offense:
    2009 - #16 - 431 ypg
    2010 - #11 - 475 ypg

    Scoring offense:
    2009 - #17 - 33.3 ppg
    2010 - #20 - 36.6 ppg

    Pass Efficiency:
    2009 - #22 - 143.5 rating
    2010 - #1 - 188.82 rating

    Turn Overs:
    2009 - #57 - 1.77 per game
    2010 - #67 - 1.8 per game

    Sacks allowed:
    2009 - #45 - 1.62 per game
    2010 - #37 - 1.4 per game

    Tackles for Loss allowed:
    2009 - #70 - 6 per game
    2010 - #48 - 5.2 per game

    3rd Conversion:
    2009 - #57 - 40.1%
    2010 - #23 - 47.4%

    Red Zone Offense:
    2009 - #3 - .95
    2010 - #59 - .83

    Punt Return Yardage:
    2009 - #113 - 4.4 yards per return
    2010 - #72 - 7.69 yards per return

    Kick off Return yardage;
    2009 - #27 - 23.7 yards per return
    2010 - #46 - 23.25 yards per return

    THE GOOD:
    The rushing attack has been great, despite teams intent to stop it first.

    The passing game has been efficient and effective, and is getting better by the game.

    Even the though the ranking of scoring offense is down, the points-per-game is actually up.

    3rd down conversion, a big problem last year, is improving, thanks largely to Cam Newton's ability to run at least 3 yards almost automatically.

    THE BAD:
    Punt returns are better, and not nearly as scary, but the yardage gained, which helps field position, hasn't been great.

    Red Zone offense has been mediocre, which shouldn't be a problem for this offense.

    PS. one note on Red Zone offense....Alabama won the national title last year with a .86 Red Zone conversion rate, and current ranked teams like Oregon (.85), Nebraska (.72), Florida (.78) and Miami (.78) are all in the lower half of the country in that category. Even Alabama is only at .87.

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